Had a wonderful time last night with Jan de Wet, an old time favorite Afrikaans gospel singer. He was one of the first Afrikaans singers to put worship in Afrikaans on the map. Was great to worship in the heavenly language. Done that such a long time ago that we basically forgot what it means. Listening to him talking and singing about the Armor of God, spoke a lot to us about our work in Cambodia. Putting on all my gear for my bike trips, is almost like putting on the Armor of God for protection. We walked out very refreshed afterwards.
Please pray for my leg. I am with a Physiotherapist here in Swakopmund and need to work very hard to get this leg moving. We tried fishing but did not do very good. At least we got the line in the water but just behind the first breaker, way to short. It was fun for the boys but frustrated for dad as he had to sit down all the time. Had to stay at the car while Twans and the boys scaled the dunes, always a first time for everything. We are awaiting Suzaan to come ina weeks time. Cannot wait to see my lovely daughter again. Please pray for us to have quality time with family.
Please pray for Ouma Matra, Mordegai's mum. She already lost her one eye and the other one is also not doing good. Currently she is on antibiotics.
Mordegai's sister, Elizma and husband Peter is also doing better, but please continue to pray for them as they still mourn the loss of the little baby.
Pray for us as we need to speak in church here in Swakopmund on this coming Sunday.
We ask prayer for our staff back in Siem Reap as they need to do more work due to one staff less. Pray for Indin as she need to handle all the things happening there.
Thank you very much for praying for us.